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Job Satisfaction Among Primary Female School Teachers: (A Case Study of Lahore District)


Malik Muhammad Shafiq


University of Lahore - Business School

Muhammad Adeel Arshad Chohan


Lahore Business School

Muhammad Akram Naseem


University of Lahore - Business School

June 3, 2011


Abstract:     
The purpose of this study is to examine job satisfaction among female primary school teachers from public and private sectors in District Lahore based upon the demographic variables involve in job satisfaction. These demographic variables has been obtained from the survey conducted through cross section based 400 [200 each sector] primary school teachers. The study find out the types of problems female primary school teachers faced from both sectors. For this purpose we have designed questionnaire which was used for data collection. The data was analyzed using SPSS and applied different techniques like Chi-square and Z-Test. The Cronbach’s Alpha reliability for current data is 75.8 %. This study showed that the satisfaction level of government teachers is higher than the private sector as far as salary level is concerned and it is also observed that government teachers feel their jobs are secure as compared to private school teachers. However, there are some important problems faced by female teachers like public transport, encashment of leave at the end of year and live long distance from school. Results showed that there is an association between sectors [public/private] and demographic variable.

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Keywords: Job Satisfaction, Public Sector, Private Sector

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Date posted: June 5, 2011  

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Shafiq, Malik Muhammad and Arshad Chohan, Muhammad Adeel and Naseem, Muhammad Akram, Job Satisfaction Among Primary Female School Teachers: (A Case Study of Lahore District) (June 3, 2011). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1857632 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1857632

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Malik Muhammad Shafiq (Contact Author)
University of Lahore - Business School ( email )
1-KM Bopatian Chowk, Defence Road
Lahore, Punjab 54000
Pakistan
Muhammad Adeel Arshad Chohan
Lahore Business School ( email )
1-KM Bopatian Chowk, Defence Road
Lahore, Punjab 54000
Pakistan
Muhammad Akram Naseem
University of Lahore - Business School ( email )
1-KM Bopatian Chowk, Defence Road
Lahore, Punjab 54000
Pakistan
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